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... have a lot of things going on up on that level, some of which included making plates out of bark for conferences, screen printing, bag making and artwork : all of which are sold to local businesses. We had a good chat to the staff about the some of the issues they come across between religion, spirituality and modern mental health treatment. I found this extremely interesting. Religion is such a major part of the way of life here. The general philosophy that the team ...
... which has one low setting, not too bad if you don't mind showering in the dark.
We venture down to breakfast reasonably early, after promising to take it easy here. Have an excellent breakfast, with lots of choice, and table service, in very glamorous surroundings. Those who like it exotic would be pleased. Instead of taking it easy, we consider how much, if any, of the town we should see. Dianne gets a map of the town from ...
... drums and double bass, respectively. The event was a fundraiser for the Shakti Foundation, which seeks to support and enrich the lives of the physically & mentally disabled. The music was beautiful. And another highlight was right after the concert, when they played Micheal Jackson’s Heal the World, dimmed the lights and flipped on the strobe light. It was pretty awesome.
Yoga therapy consultation: KYM provides private yoga therapy consultations ...
... on loudspeaker. Owen has taken a liking to Indian tea. Very strong, sweet tea sold in small cups for 6 rupees (10 pence) a cup.
We thoroughly enjoyed the James Bond film which was shown in English with no subtitles. The cinema was pretty much packed out which confirms my guidebooks statement that cinema is a common and important pastime in India. We treated ourselves to some buttery popcorn and found our seats. Because most Indians are small the chairs were a little ...
... of their own vegetables, and their own milk from about 10 cows.
The orphanage consists of 150 children, about 70 girls and the rest boys, ranging from ages 2-16. Franny and I were assigned to work predominately with the 30 or so students who were mentally challenged (Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Paulsy, behaviora changes). Their ages ranged from 8 to 57 years old.
So we had a pretty set schedule at the orphanage - every morning we went to breakfast (with the children) ...